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PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale Hands On Preview

More than a cookie cutter.

When Sony announced Playstation All Stars, fans of the developer and its long list of exclusive characters let out rounds of applause. Unfortunately, that applause was followed by a mildly depressed sigh of remorse for a game that looked to steal major portions of the Super Smash Brothers battle system. Luckily, players who have been able to get their hands on the beta of Battle Royale have come away with relief all over their faces.

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Street Fighter X Tekken To Feature Cross-Platform Play

PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita owners will be able to fight against each other online.

Capcom revelead during this year's Captivate that when Street Fighter X Tekken releases on the PlayStation Vita, owners will be able to fight PlayStation 3 players online. Furthermore, PlayStation Vita owners will be able to take the game online using 3G, as well as the standard WiFi connection.

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Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Review

Tap your enemy to win.

With the controversy of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 now in the past, it’s much easier to appreciate the Vita launch of this fantastic fighter for what it is. With a huge cast of reasonably balanced characters, smooth online play, and even some optional touch screen controls, this may actually be the “ultimate” portable fighting game.

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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend Review

Potentially one of the best looking games on the Vita right now. Oh, it's a pretty damn good fighter too.

With this new generation of handhelds it has become clear that home console fighting games can be brought to portable systems without cutting down the original in any way shape or form. To that point, BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend, a massive game, has been ported wholesale to the PlayStation Vita with absolutely no concessions.

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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend Review

Awesome fighting mechanics and a variety of modes make this one of the best fighting games released recently.

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend is an updated version of the original Continuum Shift that was released in 2010 with extra content. I myself am a big fan of the fighting game genre but I've yet to play a BlazBlue title. Although I was initially not impressed, as I continued to play, the game opened up and I  was rewarded with a complex, but gratifying combat system, an intriguing story mode and a colorful cast of combatants.

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Tekken 3D Prime Edition Review

Psst, Tekken team, online modes don't have to be broken.

Tekken 3D Prime Edition broke my heart. Over the past five or six days, I had the opportunity to really get to know Tekken and I've come to understand and enjoy its brand of fighting. Past efforts proved fruitless; but something clicked this time. At its core, Tekken 3D Prime Edition is really just a stripped down port of Tekken 6, complete with the full (enormous) roster unlocked from the get-go. Sounds great, no? Well, it was… until I took it online. Here the ugly monster within sprung free – just like Tekken 6, the online mode is broken; a shot through my love-struck heart.

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SoulCalibur V Review

On the stage of history SoulCalibur V takes two steps forward then one step back.

SoulCalibur has long held a special place in the hearts of fighting game fans.  The combination of weapon based combat combined with exaggerated, yet memorable characters was a welcome change of pace from the Tekkens and Virtua Fighters of the day.  While never accused of being the deepest of fighting games, its trademark accessibility assured that both the core and casual fighting fans could enjoy their time in the ring.

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Xiaoyu and M. Bison Revealed for Street Fighter x Tekken

Xbox Live Marketplace screenshots inadvertently blow the cover on the two latest challengers.

After screenshots recently went up on the Street Fighter x Tekken profile on Xbox Live Marketplace, Shoryuken spotted two new challengers for the upcoming fighter. M. Bison from the Street Fighter series and Xiaoyu, Tekken mainstay, will be playable. The reveal of these new characters brings the roster to a healthy 30, with 15 characters appearing from each series.

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Fatal Fury Special Review Rewind

Yes, Mai bounces in this oneā€¦

Released around the start of the rivalry between SNK and Capcom in 1993, Fatal Fury Special proved to be a real contender to Street Fighter II. It also followed Street Fighter’s example, as it was an updated edition of Fatal Fury 2. Now that the arcade classic has returned in the form of a downloadable title with online functionality, is there still a fire in Terry Bogard’s Burning Knuckle?

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Street Fighter: The AWOL Files

There are World Warriors that have yet to step into that ring!

With the release of the free “Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition 2012” update out now, I’ve had the seminal fighting franchise on my mind. Every Christmas, I have a 100 match melee with my cousin to see who the greatest Street Fighter of the year is. It’s time to get back to training, but as my thumbs get back into fighting form a thought occurs to me: there are some characters that have yet to step up and throw down in the Street Fighter tournament. Who are these possible “New Challengers”, and what could they bring to the table that sets them apart from the already unique and diverse cast of characters?

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